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02/05/18 4:30pm

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The Shelter Island School boys’ varsity basketball team traveled to Greenport on Friday, February 2 for a game against the undefeated Porters, who now have a perfect 10-0 record in League VIII. (more…)

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12/01/17 8:00am
JUSITNE KAREN PHOTO The Shelter Island junior varsity and varsity boys basketball teams doing stretches before a recent practice in school gym.

JUSITNE KAREN PHOTO
The Shelter Island junior varsity and varsity boys basketball teams doing stretches before a recent practice in school gym.

Both the Shelter Island School junior varsity and varsity boys basketball teams went down in defeat at Hampton Bays in a non-league season opener game. (more…)

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10/31/17 2:00pm
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO All for one. The Shelter Island volleyball teams stayed strong and together over the course of his season.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
All for one. The Shelter Island volleyball teams stayed strong and together over the course of this season.

At the beginning of any sports season, there are always two important questions: Will the new players mesh well with the older players? What will the new leadership look like with the graduation of last year’s top athletes? (more…)

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09/21/17 8:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO At the net, fighting for every point, #12 Lyng Coyne, #5 Isabelle Topliff and #19 Amelia Clark,

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
At the net, fighting for every point, #12 Lyng Coyne, #5 Isabelle Topliff and #19 Amelia Clark,

The mantra of the Shelter Island School volleyball teams is to “play well and have fun,” and another focus is “progress, not perfection.” The team has taken both of those to heart. (more…)

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08/25/17 4:30pm
CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO Megan Hergrueter with her work. The white and black vessel is an example of a raku technique — applying horsehair to red-hot pottery to create a singed effect.

CHARITY ROBEY PHOTO
Megan Hergrueter with her work. The white and black vessel is an example of a raku technique — applying horsehair to red-hot pottery to create a singed effect.

The week leading up to Shelter Island’s ArtSI open artist studios event, Megan Hergrueter had her hands full. As in full of clay. (more…)